Category Archives: Pubblicazioni

Tocchioni V. (with Mynarska M., Matysiak A., Rybinska A., Vignoli D.) – Paths into childlessness over the life course

Mynarska, M., Matysiak, A., Rybinska, A., Tocchioni, V., Vignoli, D. (2015). Paths into childlessness over the life course. Advances in Life Course Research 25: 35-48. Abstract Remaining childless is a process which is influenced by the continuously changing context in which an individual woman lives, and by the many choices she makes in various life… Read More »

Tocchioni V. (with Vignoli D., Salvini S.) – Uncertain Lives: Insights into the Role of Job Precariousness in Union Formation in Italy

Vignoli, D., Tocchioni, V., Salvini, S. (2016). Uncertain Lives: Insights into the Role of Job Precariousness in Union Formation in Italy. Demographic Research 35(10): 253-282. Abstract BACKGROUND. Growing economic uncertainty has become an intrinsic characteristic of contemporary globalized societies in which an increasing number of people are moving in and out of jobs that may… Read More »

Tocchioni V. – Exploring the childless universe: profiles of men and women without children in Italy

Tocchioni, V. (2018). Exploring the childless universe: profiles of men and women without children in Italy. Demographic Research 38(19): 451-470. Abstract BACKGROUND. In recent decades, several Western countries have experienced a large increase in childlessness. Relatively little is known about the profiles of childless women in Italy, and virtually nothing about childless men. OBJECTIVE. The… Read More »

D’Agostino A. (with Regoli A.) – Life Conditions and Opportunities of Young Adults: Evidence from Italy in European Comparative Perspective

D’Agostino A., Regoli A. (2013), Life Conditions and Opportunities of Young Adults: Evidence from Italy in European Comparative Perspective, Social Indicators Research, vol. 113, p. 1205-1235. Abstract This paper originates from the current political debate on the vulnerability and lack of opportunities of the young people in Italy that may stand in the way of… Read More »

D’Agostino A. (with Regoli A., Cornelio G., Berti F.) – Studying Income Inequality of Immigrant Communities in Italy

D’Agostino A., Regoli A., Cornelio G., Berti F.  (2016), Studying Income Inequality of Immigrant Communities in Italy, Social Indicators Research, Volume 127, No.1, p. 83-100 Abstract This article deals with the issue of economic integration of immigrants in Italy. Ethnic inequality and economic stratification are analysed based both on the European Survey on Income and… Read More »

D’Agostino A. (with Grilli G., Regoli A.) – The Determinants of Subjective Well-Being of Young Adults in Europe

D’Agostino A., Grilli G., Regoli A. (2017) , The Determinants of Subjective Well-Being of Young Adults in Europe, Applied Research in Quality of Life, DOI: 10.1007/s11482-017-9582-z Abstract Subjective well-being (SWB) is a desirable goal for the society as a whole and in particular for young adults (i.e., those aged 18–34) who are a crucial segment… Read More »

Giuliani E. (with Ciravegna L. Vezzulli A., Kilian B.) – Decoupling standards from practice: The impact of in-house certifications on coffee farms’ environmental and social conduct

Giuliani E., Ciravegna L. Vezzulli A., Kilian B. (2017) Decoupling standards from practice: The impact of in-house certifications on coffee farms’ environmental and social conduct, World Development, 96: 294–314. Available at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305750X1730075X